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Self-deception in coaches: An issue in principle and a challenge for supervision.

T Bachkirova Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2015

This article describes an exploratory study aimed at investigating factors contributing to the phenomenon of self-deception in coaches. Six experienced coaching supervisors were interviewed in accordance with the Conceptual Encounter research methodology. The results are presented in a model of self-deception in coaches. The model consist...

Cites in Google Scholar: 37
 
Goal-Driven Cognition and Functional Behavior The Fundamental-Motives Framework

DT Kenrick, SL Neuberg, V Griskevicius, D Becker, M Schaller Current Directions in Psychological Science 2010

Fundamental motives have direct implications for evolutionary fitness and orchestrate attention, memory, and social inference in functionally specific ways. Motivational states linked to self-protection and mating offer illustrative examples. When self-protective motives are aroused, people show enhanced attention to, and memory for, angr...

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Relationships between conscientiousness, self-efficacy, self-deception, and learning over time.

S Lee, H Klein Journal of Applied Psychology 2002

The present study examined the dual mediating effects of self-efficacy and self-deception on the relationship between conscientiousness and learning over time. Data from 134 college students were used to investigate the relative impact of self-efficacy and self-deception. Consistent with the hypothesized model, conscientiousness was signi...

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Using the ‘Autodidact’ Subject-Object Interview in coaching: The experience of learning to administer and score the Subject-Object Interview through self-teaching

F van Diemen van Thor International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2014

The use of the in coaching is on the increase. This qualitative study discusses the experience of a coach who taught herself to conduct, analyse and score the Subject-Object Interview (SOI) (Lahey, Souvaine, Kegan, Goodman & Felix, 2011). Using heuristic inquiry the study explored what is involved in learning to conduct the SOI with th...

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Self-deception in coaches: An issue in principle and a challenge for supervision.

T Bachkirova Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2015

This article describes an exploratory study aimed at investigating factors contributing to the phenomenon of self-deception in coaches. Six experienced coaching supervisors were interviewed in accordance with the Conceptual Encounter research methodology. The results are presented in a model of self-deception in coaches. The model consist...

Cites in Google Scholar: 37
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Self-deception in coaches: An issue in principle and a challenge for supervision.

T Bachkirova Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2015

This article describes an exploratory study aimed at investigating factors contributing to the phenomenon of self-deception in coaches. Six experienced coaching supervisors were interviewed in accordance with the Conceptual Encounter research methodology. The results are presented in a model of self-deception in coaches. The model consist...

Cites in Google Scholar: 37
 
The self of the coach: Conceptualization, issues, and opportunities for practitioner development

T Bachkirova Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 2016

This article offers a conceptual and developmental proposition based on the centrality of the practitioner’s self in the achievement of coaching outcomes. The central role of the self of the coach is established through a theoretical comparison with a competency (knowledge and skills) frame. Positioning the self in this way acknowledges t...

Cites in Google Scholar: 3
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A leap into the unknown: The self-employed coach's experience of self-doubt

S Petherick International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2016

This study explores the experience of self-doubt of four self-employed coaches. The study sought to explore the metaphorical meaning-making of the participants, and semi-structured interviews were augmented by imagery created by the participants to visually depict their experience of self-doubt. The data were gathered and analysed using a...

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‘Good question’: Exploring the experiences of generating questions in coaching

G Wallis International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2016

This research uses heuristic inquiry to provide insight into experiences of generating questions in coaching. Eight experienced coaches, recruited as co-researchers, shared their experiences of generating coaching questions via post-coaching reflections and conversational interviews. Thematic analysis of the data identified that coaches n...

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The state and future of coaching supervision

J Tkach, J DiGirolamo International Coaching Psychology Review 2017

As the coaching industry has grown over the past twenty years, so has the interest in coaching supervision. Although most in the industry agree that supervision plays a valuable role, few agree about what that role should actually be. Even the de nition of coaching supervision is widely debated. This paper provides background and history ...

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SAFE TO PRACTISE: a new tool for business coaching supervision

S Joseph Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and P... 2017

Supervision is an important component of coaching that can help practitioners work to the highest professional standards. The aim of this paper is to introduce a new conceptual tool for business coaching supervisors. SAFE TO PRACTISE is a framework that describes the functions of coaching supervision. Designed to provide a structure to as...

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Practice & Potential: A Heuristic Inquiry into the potential of poetry for the reflexive coaching practitioner

J McCartney International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2018

A capability mind set which includes reflexivity enhances the competency frameworks promoted by the professional associations with their attention to self-awareness, self-insight and personal accountability. Reflexivity is a core enabler of ethical coaching practice and personal and professional growth. However a clear appreciation of the...

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Presence in Executive Coaching Conversations – The C2 Model

R Noon International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2018

Presence is considered by the practitioner community to be a key factor in coaching effectiveness and is recognised as an important coaching competence. Yet to date, there has been little formal research into this phenomenon in executive coaching. By adopting a constructivist stance, this qualitative study uses the methodology of conceptu...

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Towards A Process-Based Typology Of Workplace Coaching: An Empirical Investigation

A Myers, T Bachkirova Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 2018

Research into work-based coaching has been prompted by the need of a new discipline to demonstrate its effectiveness, often assuming that coaching is a homogeneous activity. The multifaceted and multipurposeful nature of coaching now requires the development of meaningful typologies that reflect this diversity and are grounded in the anal...

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